excerpt from 'A Ride Taken in 1785' pp. 220 (111 words)

excerpt from 'A Ride Taken in 1785' pp. 220 (111 words)

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A Ride Taken in 1785

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The town of Chipping-Norton stands airily, and chearfully; but all the inns are eclipsed by that of Chapel House, which is quite a principality; and surrounded by gardens and other embellishments […]

Here we came at ½ past six o’clock; after tea we endeavour’d to play at bowls in the garden: and laugh’d at the crouded fantastic follies of a Ranelagh, or a Vauxhall; whilst Mr R[eynolds]. played on his flute, to the delight of the house company, who came forth to hear his melody; to which eccho, likewise gave her assent.

I felt myself so much better that I could enjoy both the musick and the evening walk.

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